Sonya Walger has joined USA's upcoming buddy cop drama Common Law, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Lost alum will play Dr. Emma Ryan, an intelligent and attractive Beverly Hills psychiatrist who splits her time writing pill prescriptions for her wealthy clients and offering low-cost group therapy at the local community center. It's here that Dr. Ryan meets...
It's the blessing and curse of all hard-working character actors: "I have a household face but not a household name," says Tim DeKay, who plays FBI agent Peter Burke on White Collar (airing tonight at 9/8c, USA).
Burke's job is to keep tabs on con—turned—FBI consultant Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer)...
On the CW's breakout hit The Vampire Diaries, Ian Somerhalder plays a nearly 170-year-old man who — perhaps unwittingly — became a vampire as a teen. Though the actor's luck has been indisputably better than that of his character, Damon Salvatore, both have had the same response to the twists in their lives: outright glee.
For Damon, that giddiness manifests itself in the smirky, wanton torment of the people who surround him. In Somerhalder, fortunately, it takes a more gracious form.
"Right now, where I am, doing what I'm doing, it's exactly where I want to be," he says.
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As Vampire Diaries wraps up its first season (Thursday at 9/8c), look to learn...
Skin is... out, at least where Tell Me You Love Me is concerned. HBO, which had ordered a second season of the "controversial" (if not exactly compelling) series after just four episodes, has opted not to resume production after all. In a statement, series creator Cynthia Mort explains that the creative team was "unable to find the direction... for the second season." Tell Me You Love Me concerned three couples undergoing counseling for all manner of sexual issues. Cast members included Sonya Walger (Lost), Ally Walker (Profiler) and Jane Alexander (as the couples therapist who got busy in her own right). Matt Mitovich
HBO's controversial series continues to enjoy a groundswell of support from fans. Famous for its sexually explicit scenes, the show focuses on three couples at different stages of their lives trying to navigate their way through infertility, infidelity and other marital struggles. At times, it's brilliantly realistic, capturing in quiet, dramatically unerotic form what married life is like; at others, it veers into the plain bizarre, as characters seem to make inexplicable decisions. Regardless, a unique show that will continue to get people talking. The first season's 10 episodes appear on four discs, with minimal extras in the form of audio commentaries. Nina Hämmerling SmithBuy Tell Me You Love Me: The Complete First Season on Amazon.com